1660-61. At the end of the last and the beginning of this year, I do live in one of the houses belonging to the
Navy Office, as one of the principal officers, and have done now about half a year. After much trouble with
workmen I am now almost settled; my family being, myself, my wife, Jane, Will. Hewer, and
Wayneman,--[Will Wayneman appears by this to have been forgiven for his theft (see ante). He was dismissed
on July 8th, 1663.]--my girle's brother. Myself in constant good health, and in a most handsome and thriving
condition. Blessed be Almighty God for it. I am now...